Jerusalem Report

Bibi's rivals

After a year in office, Benjamin Netanyahu has a bunch of wannabe prime ministers snapping at his heels.

Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem March 23, 2014.
Photo by: REUTERS
WHEN PRIME Minister Benjamin Netanyahu formed his third administration a year ago, the leaders of three of his four coalition partners had their eyes on his job.

Only Tzipi Livni of Hatnua with just six Knesset seats was resigned to a lesser role.

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